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  • Market Research and Survey

    Market Research and Survey

    Identify All Target Markets: define WHO your ideal customer is or target market. Most companies experience 80% of their business from 20% of their customers. It makes sense then to direct your time and energy toward those customers who are most important.

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    Project Management

    At the heart of the delivery of our services is the philosophy that our customers are our partners, and we enter into partnership with them in obtaining some measurable objectives. This is one of the distinguishing features of stupa that is tried and proven as one of the best service delivery methods. We believe that our customers have the potential to overcome their challenges in most instances, and we act as facilitators and supporters of this process. This paradigm is ratified by our service standards, which we consider in the next section, and executed by the workgroups, which we will consider further on.

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We make an in-depth understanding about the content and format of the business plan required by our clients which is determined by their goals and their customers. Business planning process is very important when it comes to vision and strategy alongside sub-plans to cover marketing, finance, operations, human resources as well as a legal plan, when required. A business plan is a summary of those disciplinary plans.

Target perception and branding by the customer is to assume a major change or when planning a new venture since investors will look for their annual return in that timeframe here is what we hit a goal “A good business plan can help to make a good business credible, understandable, and attractive to someone who is unfamiliar with the business. Writing a good business plan can’t guarantee success, but it can go a long way "

How is your business unique, and why will your goods or services appeal to customers? What are the primary differences between your company and your competitors? What are the driving factors to choose your business over another?

In other words, what is the underlying reason a customer would do business with your company?

Defining Business and Vision

Defining vision is important. It will become the driving force for business.
  • Who is the customer?
  • What business are you in?
  • What do you sell (product/service)?
  • What is your plan for growth?
  • What is your primary competitive advantage?

Business Goals

Create a list of goals with a brief description of action items. If your business is a start up, you will want to put more effort into your short-term goals. Often a new business concept must go through a period of research and development before the outcome can be accurately predicted for longer time frames.

  • As the owner of this business, what do you want to achieve?
  • How large or small do you want this business to be?
  • Do you want to include family in your business?
  • Staff: do you desire to provide employment, or perhaps, you have a strong opinion on not wanting to manage people.
  • Is there some cause that you want the business to address?
  • Describe the quality, quantity and/or service and customer satisfaction levels.
  • How would you describe your primary competitive advantage?
  • How do you see the business making a difference in the lives of your customers?

Our Expertise

  • Strong technical experience
  • Effective management leadership
  • High quality service and support